Rainwater_Chemistry_and_The_Sulfur_Cycle_-_Lect06_S10

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1 Rainwater Chemistry and The Sulfur Cycle Advanced Environmental Geochemistry – Lecture 6 Spring, 2010
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2 Washout CONTAMINANT PERCENT DECREASE AFTER RAINFALL Aerosols NH 4 + 30 NO 3 - 73 SO 4 2 - 42 Gases NH 3 49 NO 2 24 SO 2 35 Cl 63
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3 Aerosol’s Effect on Cloud Formation Polluted cloud contains eight times as many droplets of half the size, twice the surface area, twice the optical depth, and higher reflectivity than the natural cloud
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4 Aerosol Modification of Marine Clouds A false color image of ship tracks (white streaks) in a boundary layer cloud deck (mottled white) offshore from the northwestern United States (green) Cloud-free ocean is dark blue, high-altitude clouds are light blue
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5 Ions Associated with Waters of Different Origins Origin Associated Ions Marine Cl, Na, Mg, SO 4 Soil Al, Fe, Si, Ca, K, Mg, Na Biological NO 3 , NH 4 , SO 4 , K Vegetation burning NO 3 , NH 4 , P, K, Ca, Na, Mg, SO 4 Industrial Pollution SO 4 , NO 3 , Cl Fertilizer K, PO 4 , NH 4 , NO 3 Major ions are bold.
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